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-old leslie bibb was crowned the winner. and our winner is leslie bibb! >> oh, my god! oh, my god! oprah: today leslie is a spokesmodel for almay and a bona fide actress. >> hey, oprah, it's leslie bibb. i went to new york, and i've been to europe modeling, and i'm an actor, and i'm really living my dream. oprah: we're here in paradise island in the bahamas! in 1999 when we took our show to the bahamas, trinidad native paul llevamos nuestro price was the winner of our sexiest island men contest. how does it feel to be king of the caribbean? >> it feels great, unexpected, but i'm very appreciative of it, very much. oprah: after the show, he became a model with gigs in new york and paris. now he's set his sights on an acting career. >> hi, oprah. i'm at the yale school of drama, after which i'm going to start my own theater company and film production company. >> ♪ times ♪nzaré mi p oprah: and in 2004, lanesha baca was one of the top 3 finalists in our pop star challenge. since that show-stopping performance she hasn't slowed down. >> hi, oprah. guess what. i sing backup for stev
for anything. >> we have to always be aware and vigilant and proactive. and lesli, here's an interesting number, 131 people were killed conducting healthcare or social services between the years of 1997 and 2008. >>> all right, delia reporting, thank you. now to a tragic accident in silver spring, but it is one that can serve as a lesson to all of us. a little boy, just 1 1/2 years old somehow got tangled inside some drapery cords. he was strangled and he died inside his family's apartment. most apartments in this complex are outfitted with shades that open and close with a wand that is impossible for children to get themselves tangled into. but some residents installed their own corded blinds and parents we talked to said it's a hazard they never considered. >> strangling in the blinds, i never even considered anything like that, you know, i put the deals in the sockets and make sure they don't play with fire, but i never thought the blinds would strangle a child. >> it has happened many times and the cpsc is urging parents to go cordless if they can. they are also pressuring the indu
it appears a gang member shot a path this morning wounding a 6-year-old girl. leslie ramirez shot while she's sleeping in the middle of the night. vic lee joins frus oakland childrens hospital with the story. how is she doing tonight? >> reporter: the hospital won't say anything about her condition. she was shot in the arm and that bullet lodged into her chest. we did talk to leslie's older sister karen who says she's spoke to leslie on the phone this morning and is that that she seems to be doing okay. that is the good news. the bad news is that when night falls tonight, there no guarantee it won't be more violence. >> the home is on the 1600 block of seminary avenue. by day, it's a quiet family neighborhood. at night, neighbors say it's changes. they've got a nickname for seminary avenue. >> seminary at noon and cemetery at night. >> karen ramirez is the sister of leslie, the 6-year-old wounded. police believe gang members armed with more than one gunshot up the home in a car parked in front. karen showed us the bullet holes. we counted more than 30 that ripped through walls of the house
is acknowledge somewhere out in the audience is leslie lako of our staff. leslie, can you stand up? there she is. leslie lako is the creator and manager of the project that we have at bcdc to deal with climate change and sea level rise. as usually is the case, she does all the work and so of course i get invited to speak. i want to make it clear that any errors, omissions, oversight or inappropriate comments are my responsibility. any facts, solid analysis and clear logic belong to leslie. leon canetto likes to tell the story about the learned professor and scientist who is on the rubber chicken circuit making speeches about a particular subject and the university provides a driver to him as he goes to these talks. and the driver typically sits in the back of the room and listens and they are on their way to a presentation and the driver says, you know, professor, i've heard your presentation so many times, i think i could give it. well, the professor, always being interested in a good experiment, says, fine, let's try it. so they get to the auditorium and the driver takes off his chauffeur's ha
for illegal aliens. dana perino and leslie marshall on that. also tonight, dick morris on why president obama remains incredibly popular in europe and glenn beck has some issues with bill's new book pinheads and patriots. >> bill: you're way too complicated for me, okay? [ laughter ] >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the truth about higher taxes. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. because i am a simple man, i am going to cut through the jibberrish on taxes the best i can here we go. president obama wants to end the bush tax cuts, raising the federal income tax rate on americans earning above $200,000 a year. but the president says he is not going to ask americans earning less than 200,000 for more tax money. the question, is that true? mr. obama wants a new tax code after congress throws the bush deal out the window. it's not a lock the president gets that because some are debating. 31 democrats who want to keep the bush tax cuts in place. the senate al
is we're talking fitness. >> and leslie is going to be here from brick bodies. you have worked out with leslie before. >> i have seen leslie work out. i've never worked out with leslie. she's actually the nicest person, but she's so fit. she's going to keep this workout i believe for the kids. >> good deal. >>> and we have charlie daniels in here. where are the jobs? >> great thing because i think that's a big thing that we always here about. >> sesame street! how you doing, elmo? >> super grover. >> we've been exercising. did you run laps today? yeah, all right. run in place. we're going to talk more about sesame street coming in here. baltimore crowds are the greatest crowds. you know that. >> elmo is from from baltimore. >> big star that we're going to get into shape, right? >> all right. >> you too, grover. >> go over there and talk to our meteorologist lynette charles. all right. good morning, lynette. >> good morning, you guys. i love them so much. we have stuff to talk about right now and i'm going to bring them in a little bit later but right now they're stairing at me and
perino and leslie marshall will react to how president obama handled himself in the press conference today. glenn beck on how he is dealing with the repercussions of his big washington rally upcoming.ú >> bill: continuing now with our top story president obama's press conference this afternoon, most of it was on the economy as i said. prickably as the president said will get better and his policy also eventually work. joining us from los angeles is leslie marshall and from washington, d.c. dana perino also an analyst for fnc. dana, i have to make a confession. i'm confessing this to the whole world here. i actually fell asleep watching that press conference. i did. i did. and then i was like. >> you are not alone. >> bill: i was like, i was tired. i didn't fall asleep. it wasn't exciting but he is kind of -- i got my crack staff briefed me about what i missed when i was in the land of nod. i almost fell asleep during that briefing. so, again, i have narcolepsy. did you get anything out of the press conference? >> well, i don't think anybody did and, in fact, the worst part is, bill,
leslie was asleep in her home on seminary avenue in oakland when somebody opened fire around 2:15 this morning, police say that about 20 rounds hit that house. one struck leslie in the arm and then lodged in her chest. her sister thinks that the shots were meant for their 18- year-old brother. >> we were all sleeping and i heard like a lot of gunshots and then i woke up and i heard my mom crying and screaming and she had my little sister. >> leslie's injuries are not life-threatening. police say that the gunman hit the same home a month ago polls on tuesday. so far no arrests. >> nobody saw this one coming, uc burke he pulled the plug on a number of varsity sports today. staff and coaches tell robert liles they were completely blindsided. >>> say it ain't so, joe. the golden bear baseball team has been knocking the cover off the team off the ball since the first immigrant walked through the gate to ellis island since 1892 has been benched forever. >> it was probably the most difficult meeting i've had. >> reporter: coach davids kerr was told 118 years of baseball history would
have been found. leslie brinkley is there. we're going to her live momentarily but first let's set the scene. the bomb squad still out here going through the car of the suspect in this case. they were looking for explosives because they found some at the house where they found the two dead bodies in vallejo. the latest word we have from chp sergeant cross is that there have been no explosives found in the vehicles out here. the suspect out here with himself shot and killed by chp officers last night, that suspect is 38-year-old efrin valmoro of hercules after a chase through four counties. that chase started in pleasant hill, ended here in richmond. he was chased in the first place because he was a suspect in the murder of a 73-year-old last friday. the chp spotted him in pleasant hill when the chase began after the stop here at the mall. chp officers shot and killed the armed valmoro. valmoro's girlfriend reportedly strangled. she was -- she had called police in hercules to report she had been kidnapped previously. this morning two more bodies found in vallejo. >> we're trying to
are frayed to go out of their homes at night. some worry about going out at all. >> leslie ramez's home is at the end of the block here. in fact a police unit pulled up in front of her house just moments ago. i talked with officers and the investigation is still going on there. have been no arrests and tell me leslie is doing okay. and police believe they were gang members that fired more than 30 rounds into the house, stit hitting leslie in the arm. hers was the fourth shooting in the past 48 hours here in oakland. >> so, i responded to calls to gunshots here. >> officer is a combat veteran and an oakland cop 10 years two, of them patrolling streets of east oakland. he says good people live here but streets can turn mean if the sun goes down. you don't have to tell that to albert. he lives where the 6-year-old was shot yesterday morning. >> it's dangerous for me coming out here, day, and night. >> why? >> why? there is not enough police out here. >> officer would be the fairs agree. he says layoffs and attrition have meant 120 fewer cops on the force. and he used to have the a partner
it will take for them to begin to open up parts of the road. because as you know, lesli, it's often not just, okay the whole thing is open. i think almost certainly the southbound lanes will reopen first. if they don't have to stage the rescue there any more, we were told they were starting in the left bound lanes and there may be a chance for traffic to move. and again we are seeing one truck there, at least beginning to move. i don't know if that means it's leaving or what is happening. >> and we don't know what that truck is. it's not clear if that is connected to the investigation. but it is moving and that's the first movement we've seen sort of in that general vicinity of a vehicle that size in a while. since we've been watching this accident. >> and we've been watching it via sky 9. earlier we had a traffic camera. i wonder if we may get back to that view and that might give us insight. we had had a traffic camera of that exact scene. do you recall, lesli? and if we can look at that again. it may give us insight as to where they are and compare what we saw before, which was just a ple
for another teaching job, perhaps in maryland where he now lives. lesli? >> a story this incredible. were criminal charges ever pursued in this case? >> unfortunately not because she was 18 at the time. the school department, in fact, found that the teacher not liable for, "grade misconduct in office," even though they said the sex happened inside the classroom on several occasions. they said the sex with the 18- year-old student was consensual. >> all right, thank you for your reporting. >>> police were taken to the streets to find the man who sexually assaulted the woman at the fairfax county bus stop that happened very early yesterday morning around 4:30 a.m. when that 23-year-old woman was waiting for a bus when the man grabbed her and attacked her. officers staked out that same bus stop this morning. stopping drivers to hand out fliers with the description of the suspect. all the while, neighbors remained on edge. >> and that is kind of crazy now. now i can't go out here and leave my sister coming out here by herself. and to get the school. now, we just can't trust the student. or yo
we're going to turn to lindsey mastis. catch us up. >> well lesli, why is terry jones calling it off? he insisted that it is not from all the pressure that he has received. he plans to burn that in response to the islamic center that will be built near ground zero in new york city. now he claims that it is not going to happen. therefore he won't burn the koran. >> i will be flying up there on saturday to meet with them at the ground zero mosque. he has agreed to move the location. that of course could not happen overnight. >> i have made this morning contact with the office of the mosque. and i got the commitment to fly up to new york and to meet with him in the company of jones. to wisconsin and to come to the location of relocating the mosque. up in new york, he will not bargain over the sight of the planned new york city mosque near ground zero. me says he is not going to bargain that. the video that you're looking at now, even though they say they are not going to burn the koran, there are already movements around the world in response to the near mission that you're looki
live team coverage. terry mcsweeney is in hercules. let's begin with leslie brinkley in vallejo. >> well, a strange sceneas been unfolding all morning. one detective likened it to out of silence of the lambs. he said it was a mad scientist inside the house on this cul-de-sac. police recoved what they believe to behe bodies of two missing vallej women. >> police came to this house on upland court after last night's shoot-out in richmond because the murder suspect often rented a room here. they found the bodies of 60-year-old carol smart and 63-year-old rita allen. allen'houses are holed up in the house des spied the overwhelming stench. he's being questned by police. >> i appears the bodies have been here for several days. i could say that one body was located inside the residence and the second body was located in the backyard. >> explosives were also found on the property. by daybreak the travis air force base bomb squad assessed the danger. there were large quantities of dynamite and c-4, ats responded. many of the explosives and chemicals we inside the house and they moved th
. >> leslie ramirez was hit in the arm. the bullet traveled to her chest. she may have to have surgery today to remove the slug. the injury even moved the officer at the scene. >> it's very alarming considering that this family is inside asleep. it definitely appears to be a targeted incident and it's unfortunate that a 6-year-old child was hit. >> police say two men with handguns opened fire. their aim seemed to be in the direction of where they thought their target are would be sleeping. however, the older brother of the victim wasn't even at home. his sister says maybe it's time for him to think about who is at home. >> he needs to think about not just him, but people that live around him. >> the sister's concern doesn't just have to do with what happened here today. police say the overnight shooting wasn't the first time the family or somebody inside had been targeted. about a month ago a structure out back was shot up by one person. the family says the graffiti spray painted on the doors of the building was scrawled by a gang. even though the 18-year-old says he doesn't know why he was
shot entered this back bedroom or six year-old leslie ramirez was sleeping right here with her mom and dad. a family member points to where one of the bullets struck leslie's pillow just after 2:00 a.m. tuesday morning. karen said one bullet did hit her little sister >> should sit in the arm and her chest and it went through body. >> that is talking to or and she seems to be ok. >> she doesn't think the gunman were looking for little sister and said she believes her brother richard who you see here was the targets that is not the first time someone tried to hurt him. however richard said reports that the shooting been gang related are not accurate. ramirez declined to comment any further about gangs and told me the subject is very sensitive in this neighborhood. and investigators need witnesses to come forward to help them find the person responsible for this crime. in oakland kron 4 news. >> for our long standoff is over and a man is in custody this was the scene after a man that police described as distraught apparently threatened to drive off of the san leandro rate now into the
:15 a.m. this morning leslie ramirez was asleep in her home on seminary avenue near east 16th street when some body owned fire. police say about 20 bullets hit that home, one struck her in the arm and then lodged in her chest. luckily her injureds are not life threatening they think the shots were meant for their 18- year-old brother another shooting resported along the same street a month ago so far no arrests have been made in the case. >>> a construction crew ruptured a gas line in alameda today it happened 2:00 p.m. this afternoon bay farm island thanks to viewer leslie difassio who sent us this video you can see debris kicked up by the gas spewing out of that line. about a dozen homes were evacuated pg&e capped it 6:15 p.m. tonight. >> the death toll from the san bruno pipeline explosion is at 8. james fran colived down the block from the blast site he survived the fire but suffered severe burns he died at ucf medical center yesterday. today in washington dc a senate cub committee held a hearing on the disaster. >> firefighters actually were powerless, the water main in the area
coffee day to you and everybody. i'm joined right now by leslie, martin and matt and we are doing a little trivia this morning about everybody's favorite coffee bean. i'm going to give them a little contest. we are going to start with a question. do you know which country coffee was invented in? we will start with matt. >> i will say ethiopia. >> i agree with matt. >> agree. >> they are cheating. we gave that answer away an hour ago. espresso versus coffee which contains the most caffeine. >> espresso. >> espresso. >> the experts say it is drip coffee ounce for ounce. the coffee guys get that one wrong. >> what color are coffee beans before they are roasted? i will start with leslie on this one. >> red. >> before roasting they are green. >> green. >> that is correct. they are green. >> you had two questions for me an and i hope i will be able to handle these. let's start with you, martin. >> how many trees does it take to grow a pound of coffee. >> i'm going to guess 50. >> one. >> one tree. >> that's amazing. >> yep. >> matt, you had a question. >> what's the number one source of
vez qjue pasa esto. >> la pequeña leslie se encuentra en el hospital, pero se dice que se encuentra fuera de peligro. >> la gente no tiene otro lugar a donde ir. >> esperamos que se recupere. >> en san bruno las victimas aumentaron, james franco estuvo internado despuéñ de la explosion el 9 de septiembre . >> los tres lesionados inhalaron humo, pero el inmueble tuvo daños severos, la imvestigacion dice que el fuego comenzo en un sofá. >> se le dio la espalda al comunidades segura. >> hablamos con un supervisort de santa clara >>clara rojas:se rechazo para mantener el orden . >> en el condado de santa cl ara, rechazo el programa seguridades segurad. >> no quieren participar en este programa ,se le enviara una carta para decirles que no queremos estar en este programa. >> con este programa las huellas de cualquier inmigrante estarian en la policia. >> el voto fue unanime, es une mensaje claro para la seguridad interna. >> no quieren los activistas este programa, porque es un peligro. >> brinda temor para los inmigrantes ilegales ,. >> con esto viviriamos en el miedo, no estaremos
! good night! çó derek mcginty anita brikman lesli foster jc hayward vincent gray 9news mumbai >> a hero describes the scene after a bus barrels over a guard rail and lands 45 feet below. find out if 270 will be open for your commute. >>> plus, that's not the only commuter nightmare looming. tracking overnight rain and flooding. >> also, fear to fear lending. how to borrow money from regular folks instead of the banks. this is 9news now. >>> come tomorrow morning, you may wish you had a boat instead of a car to get to work. major downpours heading our way, and flooding is expected. >> chief meteorologist tom will be here with more. but first, new developments around the deadly bus crash that paralyzed just about everyone. we've got team coverage, from the accident scene to the hospital, where the emergency crews took some of those victims. let's get started with gary newinburg. gary. >> reporter: we're just over the split of 270. drivers know if you want to go on 270, you have to get in the left lanes. the accident took place in the left-hand lanes on the northbound side of i270 just bef
. leslie foster discovered, each year scores of unsuspecting travelers land at their destination with a lightened load. >> i feel violated. >>> bowl. >> new normal for airline security can make flying a challenge. >> i can take this bottle of liquid through the security checkpoint? do i have to take my belt off. they get distracted and unfortunately makes them a possible target for thieves. >> thieves who canvas checked and carry-on luggage waiting to steal your possessions this grab whatever they can. >> prince george's county firefighter says he saw airline staff tape up his carry on, pack wad dvd player, movies and gift in plastic and cart it to the plane. >> and when it came out at national, it was like this. >> unseal and empty. 500-dollars worth of valuables stolen from his bag. >> i was irate. >> happens in security checkpoints while waiting to get on the plane and on the plane itself. >> that reports from reagan nationals and dulles laptops lead the list of stolen items. bwi marshal -- marshall airport -- and according to data from all three airports, bags, jewelry, cash
there. >> reporter: lesli, as you know, a lot of energy spend in this race, a lot of money spend in this race, a lot of -- expended in this race, a lot of interest in this race but so far the numbers don't show it. turnout by 30:00 this afternoon -- 3:00 this afternoon was only 9% of eligible voters. about 15,000 county residents had voted earlier last week. it is a race for county executive that is drawing the most attention. there are five candidates to replace term limited jack johnson with sheriff michael jackson and rashard baker seen as the frontrunners. >> we operate on a 3es, education, economic development and alternative energy. >> reporter: baker talks about leadership skills. >> importantly for us, education is something that i've worked on for the last seven years, hands-on experience recruiting teachers. i think that's going to make the difference for us in the race. >> reporter: numbers are not extraordinarily high so far but as rush-hour now, people on the way home from work, a couple hours left to vote, then the counting and lesli, as you know, we will be on top
is iraq. dog owners leslie geoff says libby was 4.5 months old when she was rescued. >> when the soldiers were out there and they are just kind of doing their patrols, their searches, they will contact the shelters and they will say then there is a puppy in the area. >> reporter: after months of searching for the right puppy, leslie said she knew libby was the one so she paid $300 to have libby shipped from iraq. but adjusting to a new environment and new smells hasn't been so easy. >> she is still learning how to interact with other animals and people. >> reporter: even going on a walk is a challenge. >> she has not seen a tree before like these. she hasn't seen green grass before. she's experienced broken-down buildings. >> reporter: but libby is one lucky dog. >> there's been cases of adults getting their -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: one of the organization in kuwait helped libby find a home. and she says often times, pets in the middle east don't get a second chance. so margaret says she's dedicated nearly seven years in finding abandoned pets a new home. right now, paws has 120 pets
years old and her name is leslie ramirez, here at children's hospital right now after being shot in the arm while she slept at 2:15:00 a.m. this morning. these are pictures of the home where this happened on seminary avenue. we counted about 20 bullet holes on the side of the home and also in the window. apparently at least one of the bullets entered the home, hit the little girl in the arm as she slept in her bed, and then was lodged in her chest. that is according to her sister. likely more than one shooter involved in this according to police. here's what the sister has to say. >> we were all sleeping and i heard like a lot of gunshots and then i woke up and i -- i heard my mom crying and screaming and then she had my little sister, so i asked like if they were okay. then i seen my little sister, she was really bleeding from her arm. so i called 911. >> reporter: nobody has been arrested in this case. police also told us that there was a similar incident some sort of shooting at this home about a month ago. they believe this was gang- related. 6-year-old leslie ramirez here at
cards keep us in debt. their mortgages leverage the future of our families. megyn: leslie marshall is a syndicated radio talk show host and a fox news contributor. and lar hrars son is a syndicated talk show host as well. i may be an expert on this, i, i would bet unlike this panel have actually attended a justin bieber concert within the last couple of weeks with my niece emily. i can tell you leslie and lars, i'm a believer. bieber may have been used by cbs, lars to make a point that is anti-tea party. "the new york times" said he played a domestic terrorist with tea party leanings even though the episode made no direct reference to the tea party. it seemed clear if you watched it they were talking about an exaggerated version of anti-government types. lars, out of line? >> never under estimate the power of hollywood script writers to demon nice average americans. for a moment there the leader of that tea party look alike on csi i thought he was channel link bam birmingham for all the corporation bashing. that sounded more like the president and the tea party. i've been to the te
're not telling us a whole lot of information of what they're looking for at each of the four scenes but leslie brinkley is in vallejo right now with more on the story there. leslie? >> well, a part of this murder mystery is unrolling here at upland court. they are combing the scene collecting evidence and a very active police scene here. two bodies we understand have been removed and as you said it is confirmed that those are the bodies of the women who were missing for the last week. they are 63-year-old rita allen and 60 rear old carol smart both of vallejo. again, their bodies found in the house. police described them as having been here for a while. they described a gusome scene. a detective told me a lot of weirdness. they removed evidence, including a computer. and we understand a man from this house was taken into custody. but that has not yet been confirmed. an escalade that the suspect was driving on the weekend is owned as well we understand by someone at this house. it's all interconnected and explosives were found at this house. there
was schtick. the question is why is the house wasting money on that. joining us from los angeles leslie marshall and from washington dana perino. i have to applaud your attire this evening perfectly in context red and blue. i understand the committee wanted to get publicity from the hearing. is there anything wrong with that. >> not necessarily. sometimes it can work very well. i don't think it did in this case. for example, i remember when michael j. fox came to certifien 00 hill about stem cell research. jerry sinise great work for veterans. angelina jolie has done great stuff for humanity causes. this is an issue that deserves more attention. i think today with this schtick as you said it was definitely a schtick, it back fired because it really wasn't that funny. the senate -- the house democrats were not even on the same page. they didn't even know that he was coming in character. and the chairman tried to dismiss the witness and he wouldn't leave. but what it really did at the end of the day was to serve to remind everybody that the administration and congress, despite large major
of information today, andrea, didn't we? >> we certainly did, lesli. we do know that james jay lee entered the discovery building with two handguns, two boxes and two backpacks. we just learned that those two weapons were actually starter pistols. also today investigators searched a resident in wheaton and found more devices. let's listen to montgomery county fire chief richie bowers to hear what they found. >> four additional devices of which we can tie the individual to right now were obtained from the residence and subsequently successfully detonated remotely from the residence and from any other areas of any life-safety issues here in the county. >> reporter: montgomery county police chief tom manger also said there were indications that this suspect planned to stay a while. not only did they find the two weapons, they found two black ski masks, bullets as well as batteries. a very interesting foot note to this, the bomb squad and this collaborate unit of police, fire and ems had trained for an incident just like this within the last 60 days. reporting live from silver spring, andrea m
this morning wound ago 6-year-old girl. leslie was shot whale she was sleeping in the milt of the night. her sister says despite being shot in the arm and the chest leslie seems to be doing okay thank goodness. more new on what happened from abc 7 vick lee. >>reporter: the home is on the 1600 block of seminary avenue. by day it ace quiet family neighborhood. at night neighbors say the facade changes. in fact they have got a nickname for seminary avenue. >> seminary at noon and cemetery at night. >>reporter: karen ramirez is sister of leslie. 6-year-old who was wounded. police believe gang members armed with more than one gunshot up the home in a car parked in front. karen showed us the bullet holes. we counted more than 30 that ripped through the walls of the house and into the bedroom where her sister was sleeping with her parents. karen believes the shooters are after her 18-year-old brother richard. >> it seems like all these guys hating on him and always breaking in to his car or breaking his window. >>reporter: she says this was the third time the house has been fired on. he
more jobs and lower taxes. leslie. >> bruce, who applied for a permit so far? >> yeah, we have the jedi's and the atheists. we also have somebody who wants to create a wooden winter wonderland and the nativity scene. there's a lot going on, but there are also five spots left and that is what concerns some people who is going to apply for those. >> could be a pretty interesting scene out there in leesburg around christmas, bruce. all right, thanks. >> you got it. >>> meantime, the imam behind the plans of the ground zero mosque says it will be built and it is not moving. imam announced the decision in a piece written in the new york times. he also says the mosque will include separate prayer spaces for muslims, christians, jews, and people of other faiths. the imam called on his supporters to not back down in face of opposition. this comes as a pastor continues his threats. michael is live in gainesville, florida, where police are already calling in extra officers for this saturday's protest. michael. >> reporter: leslie, cops even called for help from outside agencies for sa
todavia se ve la mancha de sangre donde estaba leslie. >> dice karen que los tres pistoleros estaban encapuchados. >> se investiga la posible riña entre pandillas. >> necesitamos la informacion de testigos. >> nos es la primera vez que pasa esto. >> la pequeña se encuentra internada en el hospital, pero se cree que esta fuera de peligro. >> un juez de san josñ bloqueo la ejecucion de un reo, el juez dijo que no tiene toda la informacion del caso, sino interfiere alguien más no se podra ejecutar a ningún reo. >> en un club nocturno en febrero de este año se hizo un tiroteo, pero el fallo judicial extiende la clausura del local. >> la asociacion de periódicos de california tiene que dejar de publicar la autopsia de niños asesinados. >> la republicana meg whitman y jerry brown se enfrentaron hoy. >> ambos candidatos expusieron sus planes. >> meg whitman propone crear empleos en el área de manufactura y jerry brown en áreas verdes . >> meg whitman muy comoda presento su tactica. >> la clave es crear empleos. >> pero jerry brown parece que leyo de unos apuntes y tambiñn quiere
. leslie. >> we'll be watching for that. >> thank you, bruce. >>> prince george's county will also see some dramatic change thanks to term limits and the primary results. the winner is baker who beat four other competitors to replace jack johnson. today baker promised an inspector general would help clean up county government. >> i think if we're going to have the confidence in the public, whether it's perceived or reality, that prince george's county is a place where you can't do business or that are contracts just being handed out, we need an inspector general who is independent from the council and county executive to come in and make the hard decisions. >> now baker joins other winners, including angela alsobrooks for state's attorney and melvin hite who is winning in a tight race for sheriff. five of eight county council members will also be new faces. >>> you could say a lot of long- time republicans are choking on the bitter taste of tea today. the tea party movement can claim wins in seven republican senate races and one of the biggest shockers is christine o'donnell in delaware. sh
in the democratic primary. bruce johnson was there when they ended their meeting, bruce? >> reporter: yes, lesli, it was the two of them. in a meeting that lasted one hour and 15 minutes. she didn't offer to resign after they are expecting to become mayor and they did not ask for her resignation. >> this is chancellor reed, after the meeting today. and to tell that to you earlier, this is not a decision- making meeting. >> we have not heard from the chons already since the primary. can you give us a decision as to what that is and you did not work with the chairman? >> you have campaigned for mayor fenty, your campaign lost, can you give us reactions to any of this? >> we didn't go that far as a discussion. and what is unclear is if it will be be before they take office in january and later. and gray is criticizing her management trial, her firing of some teachers. most of the supporters want her gone. reed's husband to be, former nba guard in sacramento mayor, kevin johnson, shows you what most of them believe is the national star acing among the education reformers. >> they will meet again in
and more on the man behind the madness. >> reporter: and we do have new information at this hour, lesli. police will not yet share details, but investigators tonight are looking for a vehicle that was driven by or owned by the suspect. this comes after a day of major progress in the investigation. investigators today searched a residence in wheaton linked to james lee. there they discovered even more devices. >> and four additional devises of which we can tie the individual to right now were obtained from the residence and subsequently successfully detonated remotely from the residence and from any other areas of life safety issues here in the county. >> reporter: when lee walked into the discovery building with four makeshift explosives attached to his body, he carried also two boxes and backpacks. in his hand was a small device with a large antenna. that fueled fears he might try to activate bombs remotely. police also discovered two guns, two ski masks and a number of batteries at the scene. >> both weapons have turned out to be starter pistols. >> reporter: bomb squads worked throug
was happy for the help. as lesli said just a moment ago. the neighbors are devastated to say what happened in baltimore is completely out of character. >> he was a wonderful son. as far as i could see, he was always there for her. if she had to go in the ambulance, he rode with her. he never left her side. and i told her, when i seen him walking her out, that she had a great son. you don't find so many sons like that and this is just hard to believe. it's really hard. >> he had called about two months ago and wanted to know if i knew an address that would come because she wasn't able to get out and he wanted somebody to come to the house. >> he was a gentle person. he tried to take care of her. he didn't really try to be a mean person at all, at least from what i saw from him. he was a gentle soul. >> reporter: a gentle soul that would call neighbors to ask could we get a hairdresser come in and help my mom look pretty. and a neighbor that would say i saw your tree needs cutting and let me get rid of it out in the country because my mom wants a ride to the country. but for what ha
't even know. leslie foster takes us inside a community that often says yes when banks say no. >> the time on the video monitor -- >> from a small space in rockville. >> please let me know if you get ahold of anybody. >> the staff of this nine-month old start-up is working to get depositions started up all over the world. but they barely had cameras or a court reporter. and needed help from a bank. he reached out to lending club, an online peer to peer lending service. >> someone in california gives $25, someone from alaska and florida gives another $50, and you're up to $75,000 before you know it. >> now there's a rebirth of this kind of transaction through what's called peer lending. >> it's not being paid to a nameless faceless bank. they know there's a real person on the other end. it's the same for the investors. >> lending club's john donovan says the approach is simple. lending worthy borrows get the money and they get good returns. >> they get to spread out their risk, putting their eggs in a few baskets. you get your money from several different source and is by getting money in s
but some new tests show they save so much money and as leslie foster tells us in this consumer alert you could recoup what you spend within five years or less. >> reporter: conventional water heater sales are popular but buyers of hybrid models are growing. >> when it comes to understanding about the efficiency and how it costs a little more up front it will save them a lot of money over time and they get more interest in it and we start to sell more of these models. >> reporter: they cost about a thousand dollars more than a conventional one, so consumer reports tested three of them to see how long it takes before the savings quick in. they work like conventional electric ones but they also have a pump that draws in heat from the air to heat the water. they tend be talker because the pump is mounted on top. you'll need a 7-foot ceiling and a thousand cubic feet of space. engineers set the temperature to 65 degrees in this specially built enclosure. the test results are based on how much hot water a family uses in day, about 80 to 85-gallons. the hybrids water heaters can save you more t
suggesting he needs to worship more openly. on "morning joe" just last month, 60 minutes correspondent leslie stahl predicted yesterday's church visit. >> i am ready to make a bet -- >> okay. >> that within the next two months we see the obama family going to church. >> there you go leslie stahl, a lot of people suggesting that, too. it happened yesterday. >>> the american hiker held in iran for more than 13 months spoke out on u.s. soil for the first time yesterday. sarah shourd insisted she and the two men detained with her never spied or committed any crime. calling the arrest a huge misunderstanding. shourd also described the final moments of her release last tuesday and the uphill battle facing her fiance and friend. >> my gratitude goes in particular to ayatollah khamenei and president ahmadinejad for my compassionate release from detention this is not the time to celebrate. my disappointment in not sharing this with shane and josh was crushing. and i stand before you today only one-third free. >> mahmoud ahmadinejad who is in new york now for annual meetings at the u.n. general assembl
conference just wrapped up, derek, and we learned a lot. >> reporter: okay. all right. yes, well, lesli, pretty amazing scene here. just a few minutes ago i was kidding about getting dribs and drabs of information, we just got a whole boat load of information a few minutes ago about what happened. at 1:00 this afternoon the suspect entered here. we know it is james lee. he had a gun. we believe that he may have fired a shot. they have not yet confirmed whether he he did. he took three hostages. one of them ironically a security guard. but the folks from discovery, david levy, said he was not armed. he took the security guard and two other folks who were randomly in the hallway at that time. after that we wept through the whole event of the day, the evacuation and then finally later on they say they shot him at 4:48 when he pulled out the handgun and appeared to point it at one of the hostages. that is when the police tactical teams moved in and fired and killed him and then one of the explosive devices went off. let's hear from chief granger as he talked about what happened today. >> he
" communication employees emerged safely. we'll send it back out to derek mcginty. >> thanks, leslie. it is interesting, i was talking a little bit about things getting back to normal. wait a second, did i see cars drive down here? are these private vehicles coming through? look at this. these are folks coming down wayne avenue. i see vehicles turning and about to go down 29. we've got no official announcements about 29 being open again but you see it as well as i do, a private vehicle just going down the street. i don't know if that was someone who was at "discovery." we have to find out more information about that. that is good news for folks down here. look at mcdonald's. earlier i went inside that mcdonald's and it was completely abandoned. it was like people were spirited away. the lights were on and machines were running, but there was no people. it was evacuated. the security guard pretty much dragged me out of there. i was going to get a coke because it was hot. earlier today it was literally crazy down here. that is when delia and i arrived. >> it was, as you said, complete
and chemicals. we have live team coverage. terry mcsweeney is in hercules. let's begin with leslie brinkley in vallejo. >> well, a strange scene has been unfolding all morning. one detective likened it to out of silence of the lambs. he said it was a mad scientist inside the house on this cul-de-sac. police recovered what they believe to be the bodies of two missing vallejo women. >> police came to this house on upland court after last night's shoot-out in richmond because the murder suspect often rented a room here. they found the bodies of 60-year-old carol smart and 63-year-old rita allen. allen's houses are holed up in the house des spied the overwhelming stench. he's being questioned by police. >> it appears the bodies have been here for several days. i could say that one body was located inside the residence and the second body was located in the backyard. >> explosives were also found on the property. by daybreak the travis air force base bomb squad assessed the danger. there were large quantities of dynamite and c-4, ats responded. many of the
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